If you’re looking for ways to save money during the COVID-19 lockdown and you don’t know where to begin then don’t worry, you have definitely come to the right place. Whether you’ve had a drop in income or you’re looking to prepare for your future, you need to ensure you’re doing all that you can to look after yourself financially. Whilst it may be overwhelming at first, there are lots of things you can do to make it as easy as possible. From avoiding unnecessary purchases to planning out your grocery shopping in advance, the more you’re doing the better. With that in mind, here are 9 ways to save money during a lockdown:
The world’s economy grows more challenging every day. As living expenses increase, more people realize the importance of money management. In this day and age, budgeting is a skill sought by many.
What are some good things to spend your money on during quarantine you ask?
With the uncertainty currently sweeping the globe at the moment due to the COVID-19 pandemic – and with a lot of that uncertainty having to do with things like the fate of the economy, and questions concerning job security – there’s a good chance that most of us are feeling particularly reluctant to spend money at the moment.
While it’s certainly a good idea to be frugal and sensible, and to not squander your financial resources, there are certain things that you should consider spending your money on during quarantine, nonetheless. Things that could reasonably be viewed as investments in your own personal development and well-being.
Here are just a few examples of some good things to spend your money on during quarantine.
Currently, the coronavirus pandemic has put the United States and many other countries across the world into lockdown, closing gyms, restricting people’s movements, and keeping them at home. For those of us on a weight loss journey, being told to stay at home is a scary thought - How will we keep our diets in check? How do we work-out? Will we undo all of our progress?
The truth is that weight loss is often not a linear journey and we can expect to hit a variety of ups and downs along the way, what matters most is how we deal with them. So here’s how to continue your weight-loss journey while being confined at home.
As the coronavirus pandemic grips the world, millions of American citizens are going to face untold financial pressure in the coming weeks and moths, whether it is from unexpected medical costs, losing their income or seeing their investment and retirement savings plummet through the floor.
If you are struggling financially, here are some steps that you can take now to reduce the stress and anxiety during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you're like my family, you may have thought this whole coronavirus thing was going to blow over. But, clearly things became very real over the last few days. So real, in fact, that grocery stores are out of many normal, every day needs and there are closures for schools, events, and basically anything you can think.
With that said, I want to share a few key articles as things continue to develop. I hope this helps you cope and continue making preparations.